×

You are using an outdated browser that does not fully support the intranda viewer.
As a result, some pages may not be displayed correctly.

We recommend you use one of the following browsers:

Full text

Title
Sharing and cooperation in geo-information technology
Author
Aziz, T. Lukman

97
*
Desktop Cartography was previously conducted by Bandung
Institute of Technology (ITB) as a cooperative training with
Bakosurtanal. After technology’s transfer to Bakosurtanal
training staffs, then the training can be done in Bakosurtanal. It
is important to push with various cooperative activities with
other institutions, universities etc., in order to strengthen the
capability of TDSM trainers and instructors.
c. Remote Sensing and GIS Course
The objective of this course is to optimize the methodology of
spatial data processing by applying remote sensing and GIS
technology. This training is conducted for 20 Bappeda staffs
(Autonomous Kabupaten Area) in Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang
and Bekasi (Jabotabek) area, Sukabumi and Cianjur (Planned
for all Bappedas in District/Kabupaten Areas in Indonesia).
d. Course on Resources Remote Sensing with Image
Interpretation and Integrated Surveys Approach;
This training will be conducted by PUSPICS (Training Center
for Image Interpretation and Integrated Surveys), the Faculty of
Geography, Gadjah Mada University. Since the establishment
of PUSPICS (cooperated training center Bakosurtanal - UGM),
this training has resulted 419 Bappeda’s staffs from various
provinces and other participants in Indonesia.
e. Natural Resources Inventory Course
This training is to improve staff capability in natural resources
inventory, and its information presented by remote sensing and
GIS technology. This course is designed for 15 participants
from institution involved in surveys and mapping.
BAKOSURTANAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
RESULTS TO THE END OF 1998
CLASSIFIED BY TRAINING TYPES
Level
LOCAL
OVERSEAS
No.
Training Type
Courses
Diploma
S1
(Under
grad)
S2
(Mas
ter)
S3
(Ph.D)
Courses
Diploma
S1
(Under-
grad)
S2
(Mas
ter)
S3
(Ph.D)
1.
Survey and Mapping (Technical)
2948
3
42
15
3
220
244
23
63
13
2.
Survey and Mapping
(Non Technical)
472
5
1
2
-
65
2
17
13
-
3.
Non Technical / Managerial
559
5
15
-
-
24
-
1
-
-
Number of participant
3979
13
58
17
3
309
246
41
76
13
Remarks:
1. Surveys and Mapping (Technical):
Geodesy, Geography, Remote Sensing, Geographic
Information System, Surveying, Cartographic, etc.
2. Surveys and Mapping (Non Technical)
Computer Science, Basic Video / Video Instruction,
Land Resources Evaluation, Land Resources
Monitoring, Environment, Regional Planning etc.
3. Non Technical Courses
- Management, Library, English etc.
Future Activities
As shown in the program list, there are many activities in
training and extending to unrelated surveys and mapping fields.
This is obligatory that TDSM should train not only surveys and
mapping courses, but also should conduct the non-related
surveys and mapping courses. However, TDSM should give a
priority and focus on the training of surveys and mapping and
other related fields.
In general, education and training which will be conducted in
the range of five-year plan as follows:
1. Surveys and Mapping (SM) formal education/ degree)
2. Surveys and Mapping (technical) Training, consists of SM
Technical Basic Courses, Advanced, Technical Application
Course, Refreshment Courses for LREP/MREP Project,
Special (Tailor Made) Courses.
3. Non-related SM Training consists of functional and
structural bearers, career and promotion courses.
In general in period of five years, several planned training can
be seen in Table 2.
THE IMPROVEMENT OF TDSM
Training Staffs
TDSM totally has 42 staffs, with only 4 persons having masters
degree level, 8 persons sarjana (SI), 4 persons with bachelor